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Tasting Notes :
Aromas of cool red and dark fruits, cherries, dried rose petals, turned earth and spice. Light and fresh on the palate with ripe red berry fruit flavours, earth and warm spice. It’s succulent, hemmed with fine tannins, tangy acidity and offers a feel of elegance.
Pair with :
Pinot Noir is exceptionally versatile. With the delicate balance of fruit and tannins it really can be drunk with anything!! Pate and cheese to herb crusted lamb! Duck, chicken, beef, turkey, lamb and ham. Delicious with mushrooms and goats cheese and also works incredibly well with any dish including figs and cherries, roasted heirloom vegetables, especially beetroot. Pinot is even good with a good old sausage in bread!
"From high up in Macedon Ranges, a tiny portion of fruit is set aside for Adam Foster and his winemaking endeavour. Picked 28APR (2017) or so, well after all the other wines are done. No 2018/2019 to follow. Stay tuned for 2020.
Floral notes, red cherries, some candied citrus whiffs, a whiff of maraschino and kirsch. Juicy, fleshy texture, soft and supple, clean and fresh flavours, sweetness is a thing here though – almost a touch distracting, very-cherry kind of vibe across all spectrum of that fruit. Nice, chalky, puckering finish. A good drink."
92Pts, Mike Bennie, The Winefront